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From / Sender

- Applicant full name
- Applicant Address
- Applicant contact no.
- Applicant email address
To / Receiver

- Employer title/Name
- Employer position
- Organization name
- Organization address
Date:

Dear Hiring Manager:

This is to express my interest in "urban and regional planner" position advertised on June 13, 2014; My resume is enclosed for your review. Given my closely experience and excellent capabilities I would appreciate your consideration for this job. My work experience and duties are an ideal match for this position and cover all job requirements.

Your Requirements:

Expert Urban And Regional Planner with at least 2 years of experience, excellent covers all position duties.

My Matching Career Experience:

For 3 years I worked as Urban And Regional Planner.

My Job Responsibilities were to:

1) Design, promote, or administer government plans or policies affecting land use, zoning, public utilities, community facilities, housing, or transportation

2) Recommend approval, denial, or conditional approval of proposals

3) Determine the effects of regulatory limitations on projects

4) Assess the feasibility of proposals identify necessary changes

5) Create, prepare, or requisition graphic or narrative reports on land use data, including land area maps overlaid with geographic variables like population density

6) Advise planning officials on project feasibility, cost-effectiveness, regulatory conformance, or possible alternatives

7) Conduct field investigations, surveys, impact studies, or other research to compile analyze data on economic, social, regulatory, or physical factors affecting land use

8) Discuss with planning officials the purpose of land use projects, like transportation, conservation, residential, commercial, industrial, or community use

9) Keep informed about economic or legal issues involved in zoning codes, building codes, or environmental regulations

10) Mediate community disputes or assist in developing alternative plans or recommendations for programs or projects

11) Coordinate work with economic consultants or architects during the formulation of plans or the design of large pieces of infrastructure

12) Review evaluate environmental impact reports pertaining to private or public planning projects or programs

13) Supervise or coordinate the work of urban planning technicians or technologists

14) Investigate property availability

15) Hold public meetings with government officials, social scientists, lawyers, developers, the public, or special interest groups to formulate, develop, or address issues regarding land use or community plans

16) Advocate for sustainability to community groups, government agencies, the general public, or special interest groups

17) Develop plans for public or alternative transportation systems for urban or regional locations to reduce carbon output associated with transportation

18) Evaluate proposals for infrastructure projects or other development for environmental impact or sustainability

19) Identify opportunities or develop plans for sustainability projects or programs to improve energy efficiency, minimize pollution or waste, or restore natural systems

I appreciate your time taken to review my credentials and experience.

I look forward to being interviewed at your earliest convenience. Lot of thanks for your consideration and care.

Sincerely,
[ Sender/your name ]

Enc: Resume

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